Obaseki assures of business friendly reforms in Edo | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

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Obaseki assures of business friendly reforms in Edo | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Godwin Obaseki, Saroafrica Group

Obaseki assures of business friendly reforms in Edo | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News

Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki , has said his government will sustain reforms and programmes to guarantee the influx of investors into the state, ensuring the safety and security of businesses and investments in the state.

The governor, who spoke to journalists in Benin City, said his government will sustain efforts to ensure a peaceful and conducive atmosphere for businesses to thrive, making the state a preferred destination for investors in Nigeria.Obaseki further hailed SaroAfrica Group of Companies for the Integrated Agricultural Project, the oil palm initiative and other investments in the state.

Obaseki said: “We must thank the SaroAfrica Group for believing in the Edo State government and working with us. The integrated agricultural project is an important project because it uses raw materials from the state and will be employing hundreds of people to grow the cassava and work in the factory to process the output, which is ethanol.

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Photo/FACEBOOK/ godwinobasekiofficial The governor, who spoke to journalists in Benin City, said his government will sustain efforts to ensure a peaceful and conducive atmosphere for businesses to thrive, making the state a preferred destination for investors in Nigeria. Obaseki further hailed SaroAfrica Group of Companies for the Integrated Agricultural Project, the oil palm initiative and other investments in the state. He said NIS had, so far, produced 625,000 passports in the last five months but only 625,000 had been collected by applicants while the rest were still lying in the NIS offices awaiting pick up. Obaseki said: “We must thank the SaroAfrica Group for believing in the Edo State government and working with us. The reaction, contained in a statement issued by his Special Assistant on Media and Strategy, Ahuraka Yusuf Isah, entitled ‘State of Affairs and Demand by Justices of the Supreme Court,’ reads in part: “Judges in all climes are to be seen and not heard, and that informed why the CJN refrained from joining issues until a letter, said to be personal, was spreading across the length and breadth of the society. The integrated agricultural project is an important project because it uses raw materials from the state and will be employing hundreds of people to grow the cassava and work in the factory to process the output, which is ethanol. It is a product of the latest technology in passport administration and issuance. “We have the market and the people producing beverages will like to locate close to the sources of raw materials. “The drivers recalcitrance Compelled the troops to open fire on the Tyres of the vehicle, thereby immobilizing it.

Those who need carbon dioxide for their plants and products like Coca-Cola have a ready market for their products and the rest of the outputs will be used for piggery feeds. “Nigerians can be rest assured of getting a non-judgmental service at this centre in Benin. Besides that, the apex court has to a larger extent, been living to its constitutional responsibility. “It is important to create the right political and security environment for more investment to come. This is the reason we have signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the firm and the ongoing road construction in Ologbo is a part of the benefit. “Applicants are advised to ensure their NIN details are exactly the same with their passport application details to avoid a situation where the applications are unable to be processed due to mismatch of data. This is the basis to engage more with the private sector, as the government doesn’t have much money to fund all projects. And it’s an offence to spend the money meant for one item for another. This is why we want to attract more investors into the State. “Members of the public are please urged to continue to support our troops with credible information that will lead to stemming the tide of insecurity across the country.

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